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Announcing Cloud Provider Templates for N|Solid Deployment

We are excited to announce that custom N|Solid deployment templates for Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, and Amazon Web Services are now available via dedicated GitHub repositories.

Providing a quality user experience is a huge driver at NodeSource, and we saw a way to streamline cloud access to the only Node.js platform built for enterprise applications with very little effort required by users. Transitioning to deployment templates allowed us to distill the cloud provider marketplace into a more developer-friendly experience, while also ensuring that the most secure, up-to-date version of N|Solid is available immediately for all users, including those who install in the cloud. This enables cloud provider adjustments to be reflected quickly and reliably, minimizing your application’s exposure to breaking changes and security vulnerabilities.

Visit the GCP templates repository, the Azure templates repository, and the AWS templates repository for their respective templates and specific deployment steps.

Using Cloud Provider Deployment Templates

The beauty of this updated deployment flow is its simplicity:

  • Select one of our available cloud providers and visit the appropriate GitHub repository.
  • Find the deployment template that best suits your team’s infrastructure needs.
  • Run the template.
  • If required, fill in your infrastructure-specific parameters.
  • Use your cloud-based N|Solid to build, manage, secure, and deploy your mission-critical Node.js applications.

With our custom cloud provider templates, N|Solid is even easier to integrate into your project’s infrastructure.

One Last Thing

We are excited to announce that the 3.1 release of N|Solid is now available. Get the most from the latest N|Solid features and Certified Modules with NodeSource’s professional services. Offerings such as The Node.js Jump Start and Performance Training courses help enterprise team’s build, manage, deploy, and secure mission-critical Node.js applications.